Oracle vs Tarot Cards


Even though either deck works fine in getting the information to the client and are in fact, similar in how they connect here’s a little explanation of each style of deck and why I choose to use Oracle sometimes more then Tarot for the most part to do my readings. Though occasionally I do use Tarot as well!

Oracle Cards

Oracle cards are a style of card that when used together with intuitiveness or psychic abilities provides the individual with answers to their innermost questions.

These questions and answers provide a glimpse or outlook into the Past, Present, or Future events. They can also be used to center on a particular situation or topic as well. Using this style of card is one I prefer as it gives the client a way to see by the pictures and verbiage depicted on the card affirmation on what information is being given to them as well as a better connection and understanding to the reading as well.

Though it is the understanding that anyone can learn how to use these cards pairing them together with the abilities of a psychic can enhance and also give a much more thorough and accurate reading.

Tarot Cards

These decks normal consists of 78 cards. The first 22 cards are called Major Arcana. These cards have symbolic meanings focused on the material world, the intuitive mind, and the realm of change. The remaining 56 cards are called Minor Arcana, and are divided into four groups or suits: Swords, Pentacles (or Coins), Wands and Cups.

Each of the four suits focus on a particular theme, Sword cards generally indicate conflict or moral issues, while Cups reflect matters of emotion and relationships. Coins focus on the material aspects of life, such as security and finance, while Wands represent things like ambition, jobs, and activities. Though if read correctly can be very effective as well I feel for the client they need to be explained more in depth and since most are visual only and do not give the added affirmation in verbal print that the other style of deck does the reading is more reliant on the reader. Though as I have stated this is my personal opinion both if read correctly give great insight into situations and topics at hand.